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Famine Devastates Somalia in the Shadow of U.S. Domination

Famine Devastates Somalia in the Shadow of U.S. Domination

by Michelle Chen on August 10 2011, 9:45AM

The now-famished nation has long lived with well-fed wars and an overbearing U.S. presence that has eroded the institutional foundations it purports to rescue.

Topics: Global Affairs, Global Justice

Disaster Capitalism in Haiti Leaves Displaced With Few Good Choices

Disaster Capitalism in Haiti Leaves Displaced With Few Good Choices

by Isabel Macdonald on June 20 2011, 10:38AM

Bill Clinton’s marque housing initiative is illustrative of so much that’s gone wrong thus far in Haiti’s painfully slow reconstruction.

Topics: Global Affairs, Haiti

Rape in Haiti: The Aftershocks Continue

Rape in Haiti: The Aftershocks Continue

by Michelle Chen on May 23 2011, 9:06AM

A year and a half later, squalid camps remain the only homes for hundreds of thousands of people, and reports of sexual violence inside them are rising.

Topics: Global Justice, Haiti

Haiti's Remarkable HIV Turnaround May Be Undone by Earthquake

Haiti’s Remarkable HIV Turnaround May Be Undone by Earthquake

by Rod McCullom on January 12 2011, 3:17PM

Global health watchers worry the island’s epidemic is exploding anew as the recovery drags on.

Topics: Global Affairs, Haiti, Health

Learning From Shattered Haiti's Year of Struggle

Learning From Shattered Haiti’s Year of Struggle

by Michelle Chen on January 4 2011, 9:55AM

Global Justice columnist Michelle Chen says the earthquake revealed deep problems with global aid systems, but also may create new models of locally led development.

Topics: Global Justice, Haiti

Good Intentions Haven't Done Much For Haiti

Good Intentions Haven’t Done Much For Haiti

by Jamilah King on December 13 2010, 4:43PM

Joe Mozingo at the Los Angeles Times reports that foreign aid workers do more harm than good.

Topics: Global Affairs, Haiti

Pakistan's Flood Victims Drown in Stereotypes of Terrorism and Graft

Pakistan’s Flood Victims Drown in Stereotypes of Terrorism and Graft

by Michelle Chen on December 10 2010, 9:29AM

Military aid far outpaces the humanitarian help the West has sent.

Topics: Global Justice

The Total Failure of Global Aid in Haiti

The Total Failure of Global Aid in Haiti

by Michelle Chen on October 13 2010, 10:15AM

So what about supporting some home-grown solutions?

Topics: Global Justice, Haiti

One Step Forward, Two Steps Apart on UN's Development Goals

One Step Forward, Two Steps Apart on UN’s Development Goals

by Michelle Chen on September 22 2010, 9:27AM

World leaders gather this week to face global poverty. They can start by facing global inequity.

Topics: Global Justice

Letter Urges French to Repay Haiti's

Letter Urges French to Repay Haiti’s “Independence Debt”

by Jamilah King on August 16 2010, 10:46AM

Activists claim France “extorted” the money, now estimated to be worth $22 billion.

Topics: Global Affairs, Haiti

Dispatch from Haiti: Wondering About Wyclef

Dispatch from Haiti: Wondering About Wyclef

by Ruxandra Guidi on August 6 2010, 2:05PM

The young voters “Clef” hopes to lead aren’t yet sure they can follow him—or any other politician.

Topics: Dispatches, Global Affairs, Haiti

Wyclef's Serious About Haiti Presidential Bid

Wyclef’s Serious About Haiti Presidential Bid

by Jamilah King on August 4 2010, 3:09PM

He’s expected to announce tomorrow. Controversy to ensue shortly thereafter.

Topics: Global Affairs

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